Imperial Enterprise Lab and Tsinghua’s x-lab are working with seven global university partners to bring together hundreds of students and recent alumni to grow their international network, gain new skills and create new ideas that help achieve UN SDG 3: Good Health and Wellbeing. Students from all disciplinary backgrounds are encouraged to join – no technical skills are required!
You’re looking at a 10-day programme of core and optional workshops, guest speakers and mentoring to help you come up with and develop innovative ideas. At the end of the programme, the top 5 teams will have the opportunity to pitch their ideas and win a share of a £20K prize fund!
Challenge Tracks – You will have the opportunity to form an international team and innovate within one of the following tracks:
Mental Health & Non- Communicable Diseases
Women’s and Children’s Health
Access to Healthcare
Applications close on Friday 9 July at 23.59
The event will run from 14 – 23 July 2021
Events and workshops will run across multiple time zones and you don’t have to attend them all.
Content will be available after the live event, so if you find you can’t make it, you can watch back on demand so it doesn’t matter where you are in the world, you won’t miss out!
You must be a student or recent alumnus (graduated no earlier than 2018) of the following universities:
Imperial College London
Huawei Seeds for the Future Students
University of Queensland
London School of Economics and Political Science
Technical University of Munich
University of Toronto
Singapore University of Technology & Design
University of Ghana
Indian Institute of Technology Madras
University of São Paulo – Please contact your University international office to register for the Global Challenge Lab
More to be announced soon!
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